- "Resolutions" (Star Trek: Voyager), a 1996 second series episode of Star Trek: Voyager
- Resolution (novel), a 2008 novel by Robert B. Parker, a Western, sequel to Appaloosa
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Famous quotes containing the word fiction:
“We can never safely exceed the actual facts in our narratives. Of pure invention, such as some suppose, there is no instance. To write a true work of fiction even is only to take leisure and liberty to describe some things more exactly as they are.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The purpose of a work of fiction is to appeal to the lingering after-effects in the readers mind as differing from, say, the purpose of oratory or philosophy which respectively leave people in a fighting or thoughtful mood.”
—F. Scott Fitzgerald (18961940)
“It is with fiction as with religion: it should present another world, and yet one to which we feel the tie.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)